Tunisia's main opposition group has called for a nationwide strike in protest at the assassination of anti-Islamist politician Chokri Belaid.
A spokesman for the Popular Front, a coalition of opposition groups of which Belaid was a member, called for a general strike to take place tomorrow.
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